By Adegunloye Kayode
It’s a tough fixture in the English top flight football this weekend as teams go against each other as usual. Call it a big weekend of Premier League Football and you are definitely ccorrect. It’s one of those rare weekends that sees the top four Teams being scheduled to face off which suggests how mouth watering an affair it would be.
Arsenal who currently sit in third place and just one point ahead of Manchester City take on the high flying Foxes who are surprise leaders while Tottenham square up with the citizens side they thrashed 4-1 in September but this time at the Etihad stadium.
Away from the top four battle we also take a quick look at the other matches scheduled to kick off this weekend in the English Premier League.
Saturday 13th February 2016, Sunderland v Manchester Utd 1:45pm Bournemouth v Stoke City 4:00pm Crystal Palace v Watford 4:00pm Everton v Westbromich Albion 4:00pm Norwich City v Westham Utd 4:00pm Swansea City v Southampton 4:00pm Chelsea v Newcastle Utd 6:30pm
Sunday 14th February 2016,
Arsenal v Leicester City 1:00pm
Aston Villa v Liverpool 3:05pm.
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur 5:15pm